Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Oahu Vacation Planner 2018-2019
877-525-OAHU 11 For a complete directory of O‘ahu’s products and services, see pages 66-71. Hawai‘i State Art Museum A venue for the Art in Public Places Program of the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, the Hawai‘i State Art Museum features works of art primarily by artists with a connection to Hawai‘i and exhibits on topics of interest. Admission is always free! King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center The King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center informs visitors about Hawai‘i’s unique legal history and provides learning opportunities about civics and law-related matters. The Center is located on the first floor of Ali‘iolani Hale, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding holidays). Admission is free. Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site & Archives View three original-framed houses that were built in New England and shipped to Hawai‘i in 1820. Take an escorted walking tour to learn about the life and work of Protestant missionaries who settled here in 1821. National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Visit the resting place of over 48,000 soldiers at Pūowaina, remnant of a long-extinct volcano. Find the engraved names of over 18,000 World War II and other wars of the Pacific heroes and missing in action here, honored in the 10 “Courts of the Missing” along the monumental staircase. KahalaResort.com 1.800 .367.2525 Time is precious. Spend it graciously. A Secluded Oahu Gem... On the gracious side of Diamond Head, just minutes away from the excitement of Waikiki, your peaceful paradise awaits. The Kahala offers a timeless and truly remarkable escape from the ordinary.
Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2019-2020